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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrtDHKIMER PIANOS SDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 115 Oth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE ' DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. - Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Priest. TWO CHOICE LINES FOR TOMORROW EXPERIMENTAL FARM LAMB and CHICKEN Also a Full Line of MEATS DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canida Food Board License Number 9-266-: Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR It you have a stubborn cuur.li. i' ytmr liiiiK." .ire inflamed and your air passages irritated, this splendid Couch Syrup will afford the relief you seek promptly and without any harmful after-ef .a Is. K \: A Whitp Pino i ouch Syrup will: Tar I* n healim; remedy compounded >" Whit*1 Pine Bark. Menthol. Tar. \V:l.l Cherry ami oher iv,l! kme.v.i injrredientj. lift a bottle of this effective remedy a-; -non as possible. Sold in two sires. 25c and 50c. THE KENNY & ALL1N CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL $&0**3&*Z Store PHONE 1+87 Red Cross Ram Brought $70-Many Sold and Exchanged Privately. Conditions were somenlia; against tlic rani sale liehl yesterday at the. flock yards but the event served its real purpose, that of bringing buyer and seller together. The Spanish influenza had a deterrent effect. Auctioneer McLean of Calgary was on the job but the crowd did not seem to favor the auction route. The Red Cross ram donated by Ft, c. Harvey was put up rnd after some spirited bidding was knocked down to .1. T Menlnger of Wrentham. for $' ] head. Coo. O. Kerr w.is on hand w'-'i a nice show-in,; of r-'.;:-i'e;-.-d Shrop-i shires. a~ well as about 1." Oxf.ird-; K. C. Scrocsins of ft r�nl *;...c-in many of th- i.'i;: : i "".;.".::,;t, Ontario tod.tr ttnli. '!;..' ;h� tion �ith :  sard t  S:-..'.:-:. in i- :in.r� serious *h:.:i ..; ,.:o' pert ir.g th>> ravin j: of . pid :n: � it: province Deaths -in.-'' tvon y> -t-r have in most > j:trre..-.-d on f.rably. \vhile t!:� tMiti'.'.er of ca " ported show no d- lit-.-. for th* firs: !� � t i.�'- of O, tidier p.-rt.. p;ov;:o :al h- . (tppartment by nwi.'" a's-- - -hew : I""' persons hav.- �i;...f from tnfiu and from pneu":.e. ,, So far 'h has been l-'.".-:s n-t - ,; :rif 1 >:: pneumonia reported to 'h- depart;:, from different soo-jons j;i On'; Deaths in Toron'o -im�� .;a-r rum re red ;f> and report.- from i'o.-pi'nl.- jriv a ".tal r.f :.::� pa as lompar'-d with "o ye.-t rda;- th-- irio "\\ * Our Cash System Saves You Money l.l-iO'.VDS OF PEOPLE ARE CAIL>' VA�!.NG AOV.>.MT,\GE OF OUR NEW WAY OP Do"lNG BUS-I NESS. THE SAVINGS ON EACH ARTICLE MA .' NOT SEEM SO GREAT BUT TO T A' VP YOUR .'.-WiNGS AT THE ENn OF EACH .MONTH AND >\'C WILL DE SURPRISED AT THE AMOUNT V.X DELIVER THE GOODS FOR A SMALL EXTR\ CHARGER-ASK ABOUT IT IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO TAKE THE GOODS WITH YOU. Some Goods You May Need Tomorrow THESE ARE R EC.'J L Grnpcs. Concord, fresh lot, per basket ........CO Cranberries, per lb..........................20 Apples. Kings, extra fine for cooking, p?r lb. .07 per cntte 2.05 Mcintosh. Orchard Ron qu.-.ltty. per lb........0.' per case ...................... 2..:J Mclntcsh Rrsis. No, t, per lb. .,.............10 per cr.5e .......................... 3.23 Sucw Apples. Nc. 1. per II).,. ................10 per case.............................. 3.' J Picl.iimi Onions, per lb.....................ID p-i- b'a-.lsct of If! lb-................. 1.0") Pot.-.tecs. extra fine, dry and mealy, per lb... .0J per ;00 lbs........................... I.90 Cabbage, yoc.l solid beads, per lb..........0."!' . per ICO lb-............. .......... 2 25 Carrots, per lb........................... per !00 I Us......................2.7^ Br.'ts, ncr lb. ..............................C ! per 100 Ibr.......................... 2,75 .rit.'t.-ibacjns or Swede Tnrnics, ner lb..........02 ner iCO lbs........... ............... !.7r> Ooions. B. C. Winter stoc-^. per >b...........024' per 100 lbs....................... 2 2:i Caorecl Milk, unsweetened. Maple Leaf or Butter cup. both except'onally good ouality and extra large tins, per tin ........................1.; per case ..................  . ...... 6.45 Celery, per lb...............................On O'--'Cnt.trijarine. Swift's Premium, special demooa tr.-.tion taday and tomorrow, per lb. .......33 EVERYDAY PRICES. Canned Strawberries, Hygeian, In heavy syrup, iwr tin...................................29 Honey. Airline, 2:d liom.- To .en." is one of tin- popular Victor .-on;' re cord* and .-xpr.-s.,.. ti.e r.-au.'.-t of a woii'tided soldier in Ft an. OVER PORT OF OSTEND > ; London. Oct. IS.- It develop- ? ' ed today that Kins Albert flow :� over Ostend when It was sti!! : occupied by the (Jernians. / I I' .: c .........:i - Casn Pn;es.  : >'" :' C UV i ............. . No. rr.d. . r>n No 4 c.w. i' - i til N'.i : n \v i ............. Calgary Cattle Caljiary. (lot. ;� Ow ii.jr an -rarv �-:nbai :>' me k- >ards airain.-t rattb- enmin^ while r;�:-- w.i� -.n ti.u.'a cti^i'-:ion in 11i -yards, very :.v- loads lame, in thi-inoniiiiK. Trading was .-till dull and prices practically tmc'nt.ntt.d from yesterda;.. Prime steers S'.l.>" to $11."0; rov.-. $T.0i"i to :?7."il; .-tin kers, $7.."iliii!:ii:i-i' !'.ii'4.id.' oyersi.as. I- oall..,) for tonmht a; th" home of Mi-s Tl.iniliii. U|ih Ave. South. A SIX-CENT FARE I Winnipeg, oet. IS.- A petition of 0 � out farosi has beetf transniilteil to the city council by the Winnipeg Hlectric 1 Railway company and a copy of the petition to every member of Hie city council, owing In the urgency of the ease, it is .stated. Tli'( company bus received from lilt" minister of labor the report of. the Mather*' hoard of conciliation and the minWer uslts the company to signify its acceptance. The suitKosted ihaiii'.e in fares would dispense with workmen's, tickets and Sunday special rates.  An increase In wur^k uveraptins 1" per cent. has. been awarded the city employes of St Louis. .Mo. Gil WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT 4 FUR CO., LTD. Roar C.P.H. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and r.th street H. Phonei'. Office 799; Res. 326 Reference: Standard Bank A FULL LINE FOR THE WEEK END BEEF PORK VEAL MUTTON CHICKEN FOWL ALL FRESH KILLED R. COULTRY Phone 492 Th* AlbarU Maat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28�9:. T WHEN YOUR HAT IS OFF YOU'RE IT Speaking of Our Best Ad. Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal MAN FLO' VICTIM Robert Mclntyre. Hon of I (ah .Millionaire-III Only a Week. NOW IN STOCK GLUTEN-FEED 100 LB. SACKS GREATEST MILK PRODUCER F. O.'HYDE & CO. ' PHONE 1244 LETHERIDGE NOTICE ford Garage 3rd Ave. S. Phone 633 1 Chevrolet Touring Car, first class condition, new tires. 1 Ford Truck, in A1 running order. The above cars are for sale cheap, ao act quick and get a baroain. j Word ,'iiiiie from Maraa'h ibis aft'-r-i noon that Robert .Mclinyro. youilK1 '�' j son o: Mr. Win. Mclntyre, id" the lai'K'-'i M'lntyro i'iiiu .:, south of that town. ! had succumbed, a victim to Spanish in-i flueili'.a. The youiiK luic. was only i about Js year:-- of 11j.O'. and hail been i ill only a wi.'k. At first it wa;; , tl'tjiit'iit tlie tnalaoy was not damtor-: (Ml:?, Inn Inter a nurse ,-,ias called in i from itayiiioiul The lale Mr. Alclntvl'c is well known jiill ovr il:c sou'h coiintry. With bis '. brother, who is also ill, he has, been in clinn'.i. of the ranch for several years'. His father is oac of the wealthiest ini-ii in the state of t'tah. It afternoon that on HIGINBOTH AM'S F.NGL1SH AMM0NIATED TINCTURE of Q U I NINE A v foil (':;. colldi'k,: Influ. er v:u ! ei' dii fiishioiicd, -withal .able remedy i.'i snob a.-, ob'aln tmlay. 1 Spanish or any oth-. Crijip", Colds. Kev- 35c A BOTTLE J. P. Hioinbolham & Co - Limited --- The Tp&pffl. S**rz ft-' -" "Al'jertfc'n Pljntor DruflOlrti* Whtl'^ala tr.J Ratal) Chamlit*. Pl-onts 151- of 1 l.'irdieville. for .tip. kind ri'cepiitin they jtave him on his return from overseas, also for the � [.resent. Ahiili will in' '.natly iirized. ' Cancels Speakinq Engagements i (iwioi; t.i lip. prevalence of Spanish ii>;l:i"ti t !m> i>;huui the province SI- Tiieii.i, White, mitiisti'i' of fin-attco. has cane !!"! all iiis spealiitiK ^enitaji' :c.i'!it � for tltK from l-Vticrly's iinrlors. i Mounted Policeman Dead Consliible Douglas (iralim, of the Mounted Police, died In the Oall hospital this morniiiR. Ho had been ill with la K'rippe iind pneumotiiii do- ! veloped yesterday end claimed him as. � a victim a day later. lie was a native ^ of Irelaini. though his iiaronts are now residing in Vaucoiivor. lie was , yeiirs of :iK''. atul would have been with the police three years on Novcin-lier .",t!l. GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION TAG DAY SAT. Oct. 19th UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GREAT WAR NEXT OF KIN GIVE! GIVE! GIVE! ANNOUNCEMENT j Social club (bun i' ,vl!l be held in i the Kuiitht.-i of Pyihlas hull Satnrdiiy evoiiinit from ji til! 1.'. the best music J in 1 he city, Kyod floor, and a kooiI tiiui? . for all. Admission, gents j 1 .Oil. lad-j i'-.-. tree plus war lax .'> cents. Vider- ans half prii-e. '_'(il-'_' ANNOUNCEMENT , . , i'l>" 'ia-iei" HiisinesH College will , i" reported 1 roni Raymond 'hi i- ,;,�:, ... Oonlay next, October 21.st, loath from pn.-u- unless at:;.� i ., ih,.,- developments arise. 1 inoniii occurred there last night. s 1 ^|j].[ j THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE ARE NOW OCCUPYING THEIR New Premises 414 Thirteenth St. N. Formerly Occupied by H. G. Kilner The Bulk of the Christmas Parcels Sent overseas last year were 30 clays late in getting there. Now Is thi> time to make your .selections, pack your box and .send It on its wiiy NOVEMBER 15TH Is to delay until the last minute. Between now and then concontfttto on the subject of your hoy. A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" Will Suggest Something for the Occasion. BOOKS by th' thouruinds are needed for shipment, overseas. Hospital libraries Must Bo Incroiisod In Size; ami Number rapidly. This means a very pronont need for mon, hooks of entertainment and dlvo'tsioti. 514 Fourth Avenue Phone 613 ff^TTiatBTrTiii iii'iHi i in mrnwiTTiTMinnrrnTi'i ^2�r�aw���r,i- � >\ I  ', 1 IJ 1 t CANADA FOOD BOARD lonn uimore, Limitea, oakers. LICENSE NUMBER 6-879 Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books ..................:...... $9.85 per 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ $2.00 to $3.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons.......................... 76c and $1.00 each Second Sheets......................... $1.26 and $1.60 ,tw 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave, and 6th St. ;